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Oral history interview with Regina Andrews

Title
Oral history interview with Regina Andrews / Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture ; interview conducted by Jean Blackwell Hutson.
Author
Andrews, Regina
Publication
New York : Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 1986.

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Moving imageUse in library Sc Visual VRA-65 Schomburg Center - Moving Image & Recorded Sound
Disc 4Moving imageBy appointment only Sc Visual DVD-1259 Disc 4Schomburg Center - Moving Image & Recorded Sound
Disc 3Moving imageBy appointment only Sc Visual DVD-1259 Disc 3Schomburg Center - Moving Image & Recorded Sound
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Disc 1Moving imageBy appointment only Sc Visual DVD-1259 Disc 1Schomburg Center - Moving Image & Recorded Sound

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Additional Authors
  • Hutson, Jean Blackwell, 1914-1998
  • Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Description
4 videodiscs (70 min.) : sound, color; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Nonfiction films.
  • Oral histories.
  • Filmed interviews.
Biography (note)
  • Mrs. Regina Andrews was a librarian with the New York Public Library for forty-five years, beginning in 1923.
Call Number
Sc Visual DVD-1259
OCLC
  • 904287379
  • 904287379
Author
Andrews, Regina, interviewee.
Title
Oral history interview with Regina Andrews / Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture ; interview conducted by Jean Blackwell Hutson.
Publisher
New York : Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 1986.
Country of Producing Entity
United States.
Type of Content
two-dimensional moving image
Type of Medium
video
Type of Carrier
videodisc
Event
Recorded, July 16, 1986 Mahopac, New York.
Summary
Mrs. Andrews discusses her employment with the New York Public Library, her life in Harlem during the Harlem Renaissance period and her community service work. Arrival in New York and first employment with the New York Public Library, 1923; work at 135th Street Branch; experience with Harlem Experimental Theatre; work at 115th Street Branch and creation of its forum series; marriage to Bill Andrews; residences in Harlem during the Harlem Renaissance; transfer to Washington Heights Branch; work as observer at UN for National Urban League and National Council of Women, U.S.; trips abroad awarded for community service - Asia, Germany, Africa; home in Mahopac; Harlem Renaissance and Harlem Experimental Theatre; need for blacks to learn their history.
Biography
Mrs. Regina Andrews was a librarian with the New York Public Library for forty-five years, beginning in 1923.
Added Author
Hutson, Jean Blackwell, 1914-1998, interviewer.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Research Call Number
Sc Visual DVD-1259
Sc Visual VRB-344 Original of: Sc Visual VRA-65.
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